Published on March 11th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/03/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation to attend Wings India 2020

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 March

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 March

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 9 March

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 9 March

North America Newsletter 9 March

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus to exploit Airbus A321LR Platform North Atlantic growth opportunities

Laudamotion adds 26th Airbus A320-200
Norwegian Re-Registers first Boeing 737-8 MAX Aircraft stored at Dublin

Aircraft Update:

A6-FDH Boeing 737-8KN c/n 31716 FlyDubai Ferried Dubai-Bratislava-Shannon 10/03/20 for TUI Airways.

EI-FHH Boeing 737-8FZ c/n 31713 TUI Airways Ferried Bournemouth-Oslo after paint prior delivery.

EI-GRE Boeing 737-804 c/n 28231 Go2Sky Ferried St Anthan-Bucharest Bacau 09/03/20

Global Aviation News:
Air India Engineering to maintain PW1100G engines

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Airplanes Without Passengers Start Coronavirus Recovery
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American Airlines to lease 22 787-8s from BOC Aviation
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As Mango expands its routes, its CEO believes SAA’s downsizing was inevitable
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Condor acquisition ‘distorts competition’: Lufthansa
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COVID-19 is the time for the route development industry to step up, not step back
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Eastern Airlines: 3rd iteration of the name has strong competition
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European airlines could be forced to merge if the coronavirus crisis lasts much longer 
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Qantas Sunrise’s corona boost to Perth-London corporate non-stop
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Irish Aviation News:

Belfast City Airport CEO in call to remove tax on short-haul flights
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IAA Brexit Notice to Stakeholders Aviation Safety
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Irelandia Aviation To Grant Equity Ownership To All Viva Air Employees
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Military aircraft breach Irish airspace during Russian interception
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‘Out of the West’- Artworks from the Arts Council’s Collection to be displayed at Shannon airport
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Ryanair Still Committed To Chinese Built Aircraft Amid Airbus Boeing Duopoly
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Ryanair Suspends All Italian Flights to Wed 8 Apr as Government Extends Restrictions to All Italy
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Stobart Air to cut services in wake of Flybe collapse 
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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Europe OKs suspension of strict ‘use-it or lose-it’ slot rules amid coronavirus outbreak.

@WandrMe $AAL says it may accelerate 757 retirement, on top of E90s and other previously planned moves, to help improve cashflow/operations. #AvGeek.

@winglets747 Fast-forward 12-18 months, that’s a lot of product development in addition to 777-8 certification. (Assume -9 and all MAX variants flying.) Airbus in comparison has light certification work for A321 variants. Ample engineering capacity to do an A350 freighter.

@winglets747 Qantas will shift its Singapore stopover to Perth while Air New Zealand is seeing passengers book travel from Europe via North America instead of on partner airlines via Asia.

@winglets747 Scoot will resume some flights to China this week – but only for cargo as China ramps up economic output and supply chains regain order. Asia – where the virus first took hold – is beginning to look past the crisis that now grips North America and Europe.

Video Picks:

Airbus ACJ319 Bizliner Offers Spacious Alternative to Traditional Business Jets

Airline CEO: Coronavirus ‘More Serious Challenge’ For Industry Than 9/11 | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

EU takes measures to support airlines during downturn

Piloting the Boeing 787-9 into Tijuana | Cockpit Views

World Travel & Tourism Council: Travel bans won’t stop virus


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